How to Speed up the Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 & Note 3 in Seconds

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When Google first debuted Android 4.4 KitKat on October 31st 2013 there was something extremely different about the operating system hiding beneath the surface. It’s called ART, which stands for Android Runtime, and below we’ll explain how to enable it to instantly speed up your Galaxy S5, HTC One M8, Note 3, or any other […]

How to Keep iPhone Cables from Breaking

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Ever come across a broken iPhone charging cable? You’re certainly not alone, but we have a few tips that will help you avoid a broken iPhone Lightning cable in the future. We’ve all experienced a broken charging cable. They get worn out after a while and the cable starts tear open at the base of […]

How to Free Up Space on Mac

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If you have a MacBook Air or even a newer MacBook Pro, you know that storage can be a premium, thanks to Apple using solid state storage. Of course, you can upgrade it to as much as 512GB of storage, but most of us like to save money and go with the lowest tier, thinking […]

How to Get the Android L Keyboard Now

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This week Google shocked the mobile and Android world by not only showing off the next version of Android months in advance, similar to how Apple teases iOS, but they also released it to the public in a developer preview state. Android L is the new and exciting kid on the block, but sadly you […]

How to Install the Android L Beta Now

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This guide will show you how to install the Android L Beta so that you can try out the Android L Release on your Nexus 5 or Nexus 7. Google is offering an Android L Developer Preview, which is essentially an Android L Beta that comes complete with Android L factory images for the Nexus 7 and Nexus 5. […]

Turn Off the Start Screen & Get the Start Menu Back in Windows 8.1

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The original version of Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system did something no one ever thought Microsoft would do. With it Microsoft stripped away the Start Menu that’d dominated older versions of Windows and replaced it with the Start Screen, an updated Start Menu that takes over the entire screen and provides users with notifications from their […]

How to Watch the Google I/O 2014 Livestream

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Google’s annual developer conference kicks off today in San Francisco, where the company is expected to have a slew of new announcements, show off its latest technology, and give us a glimpse of Android 4.5 or 5.0 before releasing it later this year. Google I/O takes place over the course of two fun-filled days full […]

Bubble Witch 2 Saga Cheats & Tips to Win Without Spending Money

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Bubble Witch 2 Saga cheats can help you play through the new Bubble Witch Saga game on iPhone or Android without paying for in app purchases and pestering your Facebook friends to break spells that prevent you from playing for a day or longer. King recently released Bubble Witch 2 Saga as a follow-up to the successful Bubble […]

How to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 with Pangu

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Much to everyone’s surprise in the jailbreak community, an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak has been released to the public, and it also works with the latest iOS 7.1.2 update. With that said, we’re going to show you how to jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 on your iPhone or iPad. One thing to be aware of is that this […]

How to Multitask in Windows 8.1

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In Windows 8 Microsoft added new kinds of apps. Called Windows Store apps, these are the small pieces of software that Windows 8 users flock to when they want a touch friendly experience or to use any of Microsoft’s latest and greatest products. Those Windows Store apps aren’t like the other apps you might be […]

How to Play Games On Your Windows 8 PC With the Xbox One Controller

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Microsoft lavishes its Xbox One entertainment console with attention. It talks about gaming on the console so much that it’s pretty easy to forget that the company has a second huge gaming platform: Windows 8. Thankfully, what PC gaming today lacks in attention, Microsoft makes up for with small important features that it will hopefully plan […]

How to Connect Your iPad to Your TV

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The iPad comes with a generous 9.7-inch display (or 7.9-inch if you opt for the iPad mini), but sometimes that kind of screen real estate isn’t enough. If you have guests over or you’re just wanting to watch an iPad video on a bigger screen, there are ways you can connect your iPad to your […]

How to Run Mac Apps on Android with Parallels Access

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Some Android users own Macs and wish they could run a special piece of OSX software on their Android tablet or smartphone. The solution: the newly updated Parallels Access, which formerly only ran on an iPad. It now works on Android phones or tablets, as well as the iPhone. This lets Android owners use their device to run specialized software installed on […]

How to Run Windows Apps on Android

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Here’s how to run Windows apps on Android so that you have the best of both worlds at your fingertips: an Android device that’s powerful and mobile enough to be useful anywhere and the flexibility to get work done with the powerful apps that only Windows can offer. First, you’ll need your Android device powered […]

How to Watch YouTube Videos on Windows Phone 8.1

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Devices running Windows Phone 8.1, like the Lumia 520, have a very checkered history with YouTube. More specifically, they’ve had trouble with YouTube apps. Today, there isn’t an official YouTube app available to devices running Windows Phone, but thankfully there are ways around that. Microsoft has stepped up to try and provide a decent YouTube app […]

How to Sell Your Old iPhone

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If you got a new iPhone or other smartphone and want to sell your old one, we have a few tips that you may find handy once you decide to walk out into the deep, dark world of iPhone selling. There are multiple ways to sell your old iPhone, and numerous companies are getting in […]

How to Share Your iCloud Calendar from iPhone

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If you use iCloud, as well as the Calendar app on your iPhone, there’s a way that you can share your calendar with other iOS users, like your friends and family or even fellow members of a local club that you belong to. Apple allows you to sync your iOS calendar across your Apple devices […]

How to Run Windows Apps on iPad Using Parallels Access

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Thanks to the huge collection of apps from Apple’s App Store an iPad can do most of what average computer users want to do. But sometimes there’s a special Windows PC program that does something not possible on an iPad. The newly updated Parallels Access lets users run specialized piece Windows software from an iPad, iPad mini or […]

How to Run Mac Apps on iPad

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Parallels is one of the most popular applications on OS X that allows you to run a virtual copy of Windows on your Mac machine. The company recently just outed a big update to its mobile app called Parallels Access, which now comes with support for Android devices and the iPhone. Parallels Access lets you […]

How to Use Google Maps Offline on iPhone

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Google Maps is a fantastic app to have on hand when you’re trying to find your way around in unfamiliar territory. However, if you don’t have a data connection strong enough for Google Maps to keep up with, you’re all of a sudden left with paperweight. Not all hope is lost, though. Google Maps for […]